'No comment' on sponsor issue

IT had been rumoured in recent weeks that the County Board were on the verge of bringing Enfer's association with the Tipperary jersey to an end and although Declan Ryan's side wore jersey's emblazoned with 'Tiobraid Árann' as opposed to 'Enfer' on Sunday Barry O'Brien, the County Board chairman, said that he had "no comment" to make on the matter and that the issue would be resolved as soon as possible.

IT had been rumoured in recent weeks that the County Board were on the verge of bringing Enfer's association with the Tipperary jersey to an end and although Declan Ryan's side wore jersey's emblazoned with 'Tiobraid Árann' as opposed to 'Enfer' on Sunday Barry O'Brien, the County Board chairman, said that he had "no comment" to make on the matter and that the issue would be resolved as soon as possible.

IT had been rumoured in recent weeks that the County Board were on the verge of bringing Enfer's association with the Tipperary jersey to an end and although Declan Ryan's side wore jersey's emblazoned with 'Tiobraid rann' as opposed to 'Enfer' on Sunday Barry O'Brien, the County Board chairman, said that he had "no comment" to make on the matter and that the issue would be resolved as soon as possible.

Enfer's logo has adorned the Tipperary jersey since 2002 when the animal health biotechnology company succeeded Finches as sponsor.

The County Board have also announced that they will host a corporate lunch to raise funds for the Tipperary senior hurling team on Saturday, February 12 in the Dome, Semple Stadium.

The event will take place prior to Tipp's opening National Hurling League encounter with Kilkenny and tables of ten cost €1,000. As part of a special offer all €1,000 payments received before February 1 will be rewarded with two complimentary season tickets which includes a ticket to the Munster senior hurling championship clash with Cork on May 29. Those interested should contact secretary Timmy Floyd at Lr na Pirce, Thurles for more information.